Posh Nosh for your Wedding Breakfast

Written by    Last updated: March 24, 2015

There’s a lot to think about and get right when it comes to wedding planning, but one of the most important components of your big day is the food you’ll serve at your wedding breakfast! If you’re a foodie, you’ll generally have a good idea of the type of food you’d like to present to your guests, but newbies to the world of fine dining may feel overwhelmed by the sheer amount of choice. That’s where we come in! To whet your appetite, we’ve handpicked some of the poshest, most beautiful plates of food available from a selection of our wedding venue suppliers.

Wroxall Abbey Hotel & Estate, Warwickshire

Delight your guests with a fresh salad at Wroxall Abbey | Confetti.co.uk

Photo Credit: Wroxall Abbey Hotel & Estate

Named one of the finest restaurants in Warwickshire, Wroxall Abbey Hotel & Estate can cater for up to 500! With food as stunning as the surrounds of this historic venue, you’ll be spoilt for choice and your guests will be made to feel special! Wroxall’s award winning chefs create menus, which can be designed specifically for your event. With a bistro, intimate restaurant, alfresco dining options and a traditional pub, Wroxall truly caters to every taste.

Salomon’s Estate, Kent

Scallops, mushroom mille-feuille and pork rillettes from Salomon's Estate | Confetti.co.uk

Photo Credit: Salomon’s Estate. From above: Pan seared scallops with cauliflower puree, pancetta and chive dressing | Wild mushroom mille-feuille with roasted hazelnut creme fraiche, soft goat’s cheese and caramelised shallots | Pork rillettes served with apple, date and ginger chutney, sippets and micro leaves

Everything on the menu at Salomon’s Estate sounds divine! There’s something for everyone here from Scotch eggs given the Salomon’s treatment with Picalilli and beetroot crisps to on-trend monkfish wrapped in pancetta and  a selection of steaks straight from the grill. Be sure to take a good glimpse at Salomon’s dessert menu! You’ll find British classics that have been modernised and made a lot more interesting; we especially like the sound of the lavender strawberry trifle! Serving breakfast, brunch, bistro favourites, Sunday roasts and traditional afternoon teas, you and your guests won’t leave hungry.

No 4 Hamilton Place, London

Three dishes from No 4 Hamilton Place | Confetti.co.uk

Photo Credit: No 4 Hamilton Place. From above: Lobster in a mini brioche roll with lemon mayonnaise and rocket. | Salad of lobster, fennel and beetroot, savoury blackcurrants and pea shoots. | Cannon of beef fillet, braised shin of beef sausage, mini potato fondants, baby carrots and rich port jus.

Having a fair share of Michelin-starred restaurants, London is no stranger to the fine dining scene. Offering everything from canapes to buffets, No 4 Hamilton Place caters for weddings, large and small. With stunning facilities inside and a beautiful terrace overlooking Hyde Park, you’ll be certain to have all your needs met at No 4 Hamilton Place. Their award-wining caterers provide contemporary, seasonal food that is both aesthetically pleasing and flavourful. They also can make provisions for dietary requirements.

Devonport House, London

Two main options for wedding breakfasts from Devonport House | Confetti.co.uk

Photo Credit: Devonport House

Devonport House is a striking venue with an impressive facade of tall, white columns, it radiates elegance and sophistication. Indulge your guests with an unforgettable wedding breakfast prepared by in-house chefs providing high-quality dishes cooked to perfection. Choose from tried and true classics cooked with skill, bursting with flavour. Devonport House is also a historic venue, built as a memorial to merchant seaman in Word War I, the brick facade venue is surrounded by manicured lawns in a quiet corner of Greenwich.

Amberley Castle, West Sussex

Three courses from Amberely Castle | Confetti.co.uk

Photo Credit: Amberely Castle

At the foot of the South Downs National Park, Amberley Castle is a beautiful venue, boasting of medieval stonework and original features. With gorgeous, modern food on offer, you and your guests will be able to eat to your heart’s content from a range of high-quality dishes. Amberley Castle’s restaurant is just as stunning as its food! The restaurant has two dining rooms, one with a barrel-vaulted ceiling that dates back to the 12th century and another, built in 1165 featuring an open fireplace and oak flooring.

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This article was written by

Anyonita Green

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